What People Say About Us

"Just a quick thank you to you both and your respective teams for the various works last weekend at 50 Broadway. It is my understanding everything went off without a hitch and ran like a military operation. Your flexibility and ability to change the date at short notice was also extremely appreciated.

Thank you once again and please keep up the good work."

James Townsend MRICS, Helix Property Advisors

“Ecomonitor have provided us with detailed weekly analysis of our energy consumption in a very clear and easy to understand report. If we have any queries on the information or reason for trends within the reports they are always available to talk it through with us. We are now starting to make positive progress in tracking and controlling both our consumption and our costs as well as driving down our carbon footprint in line with our ISO140001 commitments.”

Kevin Prone, Head of Operations & Service Delivery, Nowcomm

 

Going green can boost business

According to research from professional services KPMG, corporate sustainability is good for business. Companies generally benefit from increased profitability, improved employee morale and a new customer base.

Vincent Neate, European Head of Climate Change and Sustainability at KPMG said: “It is certainly positive to see that all of the UK respondents and the majority of the 400 global companies we spoke to either have a sustainability plan in place or are in the process of developing one.”

The main business driver for sustainable practice is brand reputation enhancement at 40%. The biggest benefits of sustainability strategies are:

  • attracting and retaining customers (32%);
  • increased profitability (31.5%)  and
  • better quality products or services (25%).

‘Corporate Sustainability: a progress report’ has also highlighted that finance and cost are the biggest challenges companies face when implementing sustainable practices.

Two-thirds of those polled said that a new set of rules was either very important or critical.

Yvo de Boer, Special Global Adviser for KPMG’s Climate Change and Sustainability practice said support and direction was needed to help more companies: “We must work to empower the private sector to make an impact on sustainability goals, but to do so, requires leadership in the private sector, and strong support from governments